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Date registered: January 20, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Rock Hall Canvas Works teams up with Force 10 Sails — November 15, 2018
  2. Plan your off-season canvas work — August 25, 2017
  3. 2016 Best of the Bay! Thank You!!! — May 17, 2016
  4. BOAT COVERS — February 23, 2016
  5. Full Bridge Enclosure for a Silverton in Charcoal Tweed Sunbrella — December 11, 2013

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Rock Hall Canvas Works teams up with Force 10 Sails

Force 10 Sails

Rock Hall Canvas Works is pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Force 10 Sails of Easton, MD to offer our clients a full range of sail loft services. The Force 10 team has decades of experience serving Cruisers, both local and those who have traveled all over the world through all condition. …

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Plan your off-season canvas work

Now is the time to start thinking about repairs, maintenance or replacing your canvas. As you make your plans for decommissioning your boat for the season, take a good look at your canvas. Does it need couple new zippers, or maybe some restitching. Are your windows so foggy and brittle that you can no longer see …

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2016 Best of the Bay! Thank You!!!

To all of you who voted for us – Thank You! Click here to see complete list

BOAT COVERS

 

Full Bridge Enclosure for a Silverton in Charcoal Tweed Sunbrella

At first I thought the Charcoal Tweed Sunbrella was going to be too dark for such a large boat. But Sunbrella’s tweed patterns add a nice touch of color without getting too dark (or in some cases, too light). Solid black would have been too much, and the grey would have washed the boat out. This …

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Flybridge Enclosure for a Trojan 32

We designed this enclosure with two big front and side windows to increase visibility and airflow. We also designed the aft window and doorway to either be rolled up or removed completely. The aft window is a separate panel from the skirt below. This allows for easy removal (or roll up) of the window without …

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Custom Mooring Covers & Bimini Boots

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Custom Hatch Screens

Made from a Micro No-See-Um Fabric (800 holes/in) to keep even the smallest biting bugs out, but let the cool breeze in. These screens are custom-made to fit your hatch opening exactly. Screens can be held in place by a weighted collar (see photos) or by snaps.

Updating a 25′ Watkins Sailboat with new Cushions and a Canvas Magazine Rack

Room on a 25′ sailboat is at a premium. Add the fact that she had her original cushions from the 70’s, and you have one small time-machine. First we re-covered the cushions with a Sunbrella fabric that had a two-tone, brown speckled pattern that suited the male owner to a tee. Next we covered the unsightly …

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Laced-on T-Top Bimini for a Rigid-bottom Inflatable EPA Boat

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) work hard making sure the the waters we use are safe, and their boats take a beating because of it. The old T-Top on this boat was sun bleached and on it’s last thread. We replaced it with Sea Mark, a product made from Sunbrella which has a rubber coating …

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